Miniature deck plan for one of the last Ships of State. Great detail. Some photos of her interiors.
Extremely rare and desirable sugar tongs from the Ile de France. Not only are they super cute, but they are in fantastic condition. Measuring about 5″ and made by Christofle.
Cabin-class deck plan for the ss Liberte. 13 photos. When opened, it measures almost 31″ in length. Excellent condition.
Tourist-class deck plan for the ss Liberte. It’s surprising how small her tourist-class accommodation was. 8 photos and dated 11-15-50. When opened, it measures 31″ in length. Excellent condition.
Lovely oval baggage sticker for the famous French liner Normandie. I usually don’t sell baggage stickers, but this one is so cool that I couldn’t resist! Unused.
Lovely shield-shaped baggage tag for the famous French liner Normandie. The French Line always produced amazing graphics! Used by a Mrs. Hudson.
Tourist (second) class menu from the ss Normandie’s August 2, 1936, crossing. No caviar, but the food looks predictably delicious! Very good condition.
Second-class passenger list for the Normandie’s voyage from Le Havre to New York via Southampton. Sailing date was July 7, 1937. 1,112 passengers on board. Back shows where it had been attached to an album.
Famous color rendering card of the ss Normandie. This is the card I think of when I think of her. Unused and in mint condition.
A corner of the Dieppe Suite seen here is listed as “appartement de luxe.” She was exquisite! Unused and excellent condition.
Gleaming woodwork, vast space, and your own dining table were hallmarks of the Caen Suite. Postcard unused and in excellent condition.
Attractive fold-over stationary from the fantastic French Line ss Normandie. Unused and in excellent condition. A few sheets available.
Hard to find demitasse cup and saucer in the pattern used on board the Normandie. Made by Haviland and in excellent condition.